digitized for the Reclaiming the Everglades collection are
drawn from the holdings of three repositories: the University
of Miami Libraries; the History Miami (formerly Historical
Museum of Southern Florida); and Florida
International University Libraries. These institutions encourage
use of the digitized materials to the extent permitted under the fair
use clause of the 1976 Copyright Act and other statutory
exemptions. For further guidance on on fair use for teachers and classrooms,
users may wish to consult the Learning
Page of the American Memory Project.
digitized for Reclaiming the Everglades are either mounted
with permission of copyright holders or are not protected by copyright
as far as the contributing repositories are aware. Among the items
mounted with permission of the copyright holder are materials from
the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Papers and the Presidential Papers at
the University of Miami Richter Library. Users should also be aware
that, in addition to copyright restrictions, some materials in Reclaiming
the Everglades may be subject to privacy and/or publicity restrictions
as well. The responsibility for making an independent legal assessment
of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests
with persons desiring to use the item.
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The owning repository is identified in the "Repository"
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item used, we do ask that a credit line be included with each item,
citing the title or caption, the contributing repository, and the
credit lines follow:
Moore Willson seated in a chair, courtesy of the University of Miami
Realty Company advertisement for land adjacent to Tamiami Trail
in Collier County, courtesy of the Historical Museum of Southern
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or other persons associated with the materials. This information is
provided as a service to aid users in determining the appropriate
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The nature of historical archival collections means that copyright
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who may have additional information regarding any image found in this